Securing Constitutional Government: The Perpetual Challenge
By Suri Ratnapala
This article appeared in the Summer 2003 issue of The Independent Review


Although every country in the world claims to have a constitution, most of the world’s people do not live under constitutional government. Only societies that have adopted a particular conception of the rule of law have secured constitutional government and therefore freedom.

Other Independent Review articles by Suri Ratnapala
    Fall 2007   Reviving the Invisible Hand: The Case for Classical Liberalism in the Twenty-first Century
    Fall 2005   Cultural Diversity and Liberal Society: A Case for Reprivatizing Culture
    Fall 2003   Moral Capital and Commercial Society

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